GCompris amp; Drastically reduce PowerPoint file size - EASY! Posted by joelgibby on Wednesday, June 7, 2006 · View Comments Got a call from a user today: “I need to send a powerpoint to a grant organization, and it’s got to get there TODAY! I tried sending it but got a message saying that it exceeds the limit for this user. Whoah, whoah – hold your horses. “I don’t know! Well, let’s see what we can do first. Open the document and right click on an image. Click “Format Picture.” Now click on the tab “Picture.” Click Compress Select “All pictures in document.” Choose a resolution (hint: screen creates a smaller file). Check “Delete cropped areas of pictures” and “Compress Pictures.” Click OK (and Apply if prompted). Save the file. So what’s the file size now? “It says 1.1 em-bee” You should be able to send it now. “Wow, thanks!” Resource used: Microsoft Office Assistance: Reduce the size of your PowerPoint files ShareThis
Eclipse Profiler Plugin This is a plugin for the Eclipse platform which allows java code profiling. Project License General note 1.) if you run the remote profiler, the filter settings in the eclipse environment are not taken into account. Win32 installation Copy ProfilerDLL.dll from root plugin folder into bin folder of your JRE installation. Linux installation Profiler has native part compiled with gcc 3.2, but if you have old gcc or libraries you can build native part yourself. Usage Profiler plugin creates additional kind of launch configuration in Run menu. Fig. 1. Profiler supports inclusive (grren) and exlusive (red) filters. Fig. 1.1. Plugin allows remote profiling with "Remote Profiler" launch configuration. Fig. 2. Tomcat CPU profiling Profiler was tested with jakarta-tomcat-4.1.12. Tomcat heap profiling JBoss profiling Profiler was tested with jboss-3.0.6_tomcat-4.1.18. WebLogic profiling Profiler was tested with WebLogic 8.1, installed in "c:/bea". Resin profiling Profiler was tested with Resin-ee 2.1.10.
Agora2Spip Sciences et informatique How to import your StumbleUpon favorites to your Firefox 3 Bookmarks Another possible title for this brief tutorial could be “StumbleUpon now automatically includes all the sites you give a thumbs-up as a Firefox 3 bookmark”. But I’ll stick with my first title. Before you go too far, make sure you’re using the latest version of the StumbleUpon Toolbar (3.23 at the time I’m writing this). And of course, you’ll need to be using Firefox 3. Click Tools -> Add-ons in Firefox 3. Select StumbleUpon, and then click Preferences click to enlarge Click on the Search & Tagging tab, and make sure there’s a check in the Save favorites to a Firefox bookmark folder box. Once your StumbleUpon favorites have been downloaded, you’ll be notified. And now you can access them through your Firefox bookmarks.